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Support and Feedback / Different results with delete options
« Last post by pncdaspropagandas on Yesterday at 16:35:39 »
Hi Mathias,

I was going to post here http://forum.multicommander.com/forum/index.php/topic,1434.msg5194.html#msg5194 but it wasn't enabled.

I have a similar problem and tried the following cenarios when trying to delete (pressing the del key) a non-empty folder on the network (with non-empty subfolders too):

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Core Settings > Filesystem > Ask confirmation before > deleting folders that are not empty (disabled)
Core Settings > Filesystem > Default file operations options > Delete > delete to recycle bin (enabled)
Core Settings > Filesystem > Default file operations options > Delete > delete all if possible (enabled)
Core Settings > Filesystem > Default file operations options > Delete > Tweaking > hide delete options  and confirmation windows (enabled)

Result: Warning Window: Folder is not empty! Cannot delete folder. Options: Skip, Skip All, Retry, Abort

So there is no way to delete this folder. I chose to hide the confirmation window and to don't need to confirm deletions on non empty folders.

2) Same as before but now I enabled
Core Settings > Filesystem > Ask confirmation before > deleting folders that are not empty (enabled)

I try to delete the folder and the Warning Window shows up again, but this time it shows also Delete and Delete All. I choose Delete and then another Warning Window shows up, but this time there are only the Skip, Skip All, Retry, Abort buttons...... If I choose Delete All the same happens....

So still couldn't delete the folder

3) Same as 2, but disabled recycle bin
Core Settings > Filesystem > Default file operations options > Delete > delete to recycle bin (disabled)

When I delete it, the "Delete Files" operation window that I chose not to show on the "hide delete options  and confirmation windows " option is ignored. Clicking on Yes we go back to the cenario 2 with options Delete, Delete All, Skip, Skip All, Retry, Abort, but this time, when I choose Delete it deletes the folder successfuly!

4) Whatever options, if I press SHIFT+DEL it deletes the folder


So I think the logic in managing the delete operation may need to be checked.


Thanks!
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Feature Requests and Suggestions / Re: Basic View changes
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on August 15, 2017, 11:38:16 »
Ahh FolderTREE  okey.  I never use that and I forget that it exists.

Okey that makes more sense.

1/2 - Not sure if it is a good idea to move things around in the tree like that hmm Maybe.. need to think about that

3. Drag and drop is on my list but the problem with that is that in many situation like if the folders have different parents It can cause strange issues if the copy is done using Windows instead of MC.

5. No, The FolderTree will not show files. It require to much work.

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Feature Requests and Suggestions / Re: Basic View changes
« Last post by Matthias515566 on August 15, 2017, 11:16:34 »
1. and 2. means imo the order and display position in the folder tree. This is maybe a little bit similar to http://forum.multicommander.com/forum/index.php/topic,2011.0.html
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Support and Feedback / Re: Middle mouse to open in a new tab
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on August 14, 2017, 21:10:05 »
If they map to Windows extra button 1 and 2..  Windows support up to 2 extra button by it self.
so if the drivers are mapping those button to them. then it will.

(Often Back / Fwd buttons are mapped to these)
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Support and Feedback / Re: Middle mouse to open in a new tab
« Last post by Zykl0 on August 14, 2017, 20:31:40 »
if you click with wheel/middle button on a folder it should open that folder in a new tab

The configuration of that is in the Explorer Panel settings > Mouse Configuration (Tab)

Thank you Mathias,

Is there any way to make this work with custom button also?

Regards,
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Support and Feedback / Re: Middle mouse to open in a new tab
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on August 14, 2017, 18:21:35 »
if you click with wheel/middle button on a folder it should open that folder in a new tab

The configuration of that is in the Explorer Panel settings > Mouse Configuration (Tab)
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Feature Requests and Suggestions / Re: Basic View changes
« Last post by Mathias (Author) on August 14, 2017, 18:17:18 »
1. ? Eh don't understand
2.  ? Eh don't understand
3. You can drag multiple folder both within the same panel and to another panel or another app
4. Single pane mode will not be support because it break the entire design purpose of MC , Even if you hide the other panel. it is still there and can affect you..
5. Show files on top and folders at the bottom of the list ?
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Feature Requests and Suggestions / Basic View changes
« Last post by jb4h on August 14, 2017, 16:43:02 »
1) When clicking on a disk drive icon have the display move that disk drive to the top of the display.  That is, the current display has the C drive at the top. If you click on the G drive, move it to the top.
2) When expanding a directory, shift the view to move the directory higher up in the display
3) Permit drag and drop copying of multiple directories by allowing selection holding down the ctrl key while clicking with the mouse.
4) Permit the option of automatically opening MC in single pane mode as a default.
5) Permit the option of showing files before sub-directories

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Support and Feedback / Middle mouse to open in a new tab
« Last post by Zykl0 on August 14, 2017, 16:04:09 »
Hello,

This is the first time that I use this software and so far it is awesome.
I cannot find in the manual and in the shortcut window if there is a way to middle click or whatever shortcut to open a folder in a new tab (new browser).
Accessible from the custom button on the bottom of the interface (CTRL+B).
There is a way to force it to open in a new tab but I prefer to chose to launch it either in the current tab or in a new tab.

Thank you.
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Script / Re: Sync Panels Navigation
« Last post by pncdaspropagandas on August 14, 2017, 12:54:33 »
Thanks!

One function that would decrease the overhead is to return the folders. Just like FindFiles but with option to filter folders. Could be a parameter maybe, or a '*/' filter. But if is requires a lot of work, don't bother.
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